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Friday, March 17, 2017

Tanya Dubois goes on the run as her husband’s body cools. She claims she didn’t kill him, but why then does she feel compelled to run? And who is she really? This mystery has as many twists and turns as the protagonist has new identities. It’ll keep you guessing until the very end.  Check our catalog.

Doris M., Reference


Friday, March 17, 2017

This was such a fun little series to watch.  There is only one season with a handful of episodes.  Each episode is based on one of MC Beaton’s mystery books about an amateur detective named Agatha Raisin.
The main character is a successful PR executive who decides to retire early and move to the Cotswolds in England.  As she attempts to make friends and fit in to her new country environment she encounters some resistance from her new neighbors.  To overcome their reluctance to take in a newcomer, she enters the village quiche competition.  Agatha doesn’t let the fact that she can’t...

First Light

by Bill Rancic
Wednesday, March 15, 2017

I love survival stories and this one was a gripper.  A plane crashes into a mountain and the passengers struggle to stay alive until rescued. The story is told by one couple to their grown son and there is an amazing twist before it is over. Couldn't put it down.  Check our catalog.
Sue N., Youth Services

Off the Grid

by C. J. Box
Tuesday, March 14, 2017

I enjoyed this book like all the other C.J. Box books I have read.  They read quick and have a fast paced plot.  I enjoyed how the author allowed the reader to get to know Nate Romanowski more in this book.  The book starts with Nate being off the grid, healing from wounds and trying deal with past crimes.  He is found by a small team of elite special operators who offer to wipe his criminal record clean for his help in dealing with a domestic terror cell in Wyoming's Red Desert.  Joe Pickett also ends up in the Red Desert on a special operation given to him by Wyoming's governor.  I would recommend this book.


A Curious Beginning

by Deanna Raybourn
Tuesday, March 7, 2017

I simply loved this historical mystery set in Victorian England right at the time of the Queen's golden jubilee. It is a well-paced, engaging story with snappy dialogue and great main characters: the intrepid, intelligent adventuress Veronica Speedwell and the intriguing, ill-tempered recluse Stoker. Murder, intrigue, and mystery abound in this tale of mysterious origins, thwarted abductions, and secrets which could bring the British Empire to its knees and the world to war. A quick, fun read and great start to a series!

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